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How to Sort Your Self-Esteem

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7th November 2024

Price: £16.99

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Selected: Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781472149114

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Low self-esteem affects nearly everyone. Your sense of worth is dependent on social, genetic and environmental factors that impact how you feel about yourself. Very few people feel completely confident and comfortable in their own skin.

This book will help strengthen your sense of self-worth, whether your self-esteem impacts you on a daily basis or are experiencing a crisis of confidence for the first time.

Reviews

Olivia Sagan, Professor of Psychology, Queen Margaret University
If your self-esteem is in need of life support, you'll want it hooked up to James Withey's new book
Dr Lucy Pollock, author of The Book About Getting Older
This kind, practical, generous book helps us re-think the way we think about ourselves. James reminds us that there are no perfect people and - with the help of some very splendid friends - shows how building our self-esteem allows us to find meaning and purpose, in turn putting smiles on the faces of people around us. Many of us need an imaginary friend- the confident confidante, competent, calm and capable, who shows us how to boss life. This lovely book offers us a personal introduction to that new best friend. A super book, full of empathic advice
Jessica Hepburn, author of Save Me from the Waves
There are 40 reasons you should read this book but only one that truly matters: it will change your life for the better! One of the most digestible, delightful and definitive self help books I've read
Dr Martin Brunet, GP and mental health educator
A cornucopia of wise, practical advice, delivered with such humour and understanding that it reduces the loneliness of low self-esteem and replaces it with hope